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16/07/2014 - Should pre-diabetes be scrapped?
Labelling patients as pre-diabetic is "a drastically premature measure with no medical value," a senior British doctor claims today. More

01/07/2014 - Infertility drug cancer link not proved
Women who have taken fertility drugs may not need to worry about risk of hormone-related cancer, researchers said yesterday. More

24/06/2014 - Soy food may boost men
Men with a common form of diabetes can be put on a high soy diet without it affecting their masculinity, British researchers have found. More

23/06/2014 - Job loss hits US workers harder than Europeans
People who lose their jobs in the USA are at a higher risk of depression than their European counterparts, according to a new study. More

13/06/2014 - Six thousand steps to knee health
People with arthritis of the knee often find walking difficult - but 6,000 steps a day can make a massive difference to their health, researchers reported yesterday. More

11/06/2014 - Red meat breast cancer link
Women who eat large amounts of red meat may face an increased risk of developing breast cancer, researchers warned today. More

10/06/2014 - England faces diabetes ‘timebomb’
About one third of adults in England are at high risk of developing diabetes, researchers warn today. More

04/06/2014 - Risk from short pregnancy intervals
Short gaps between pregnancies may lead to babies not growing fully in the womb, researchers warn today. More

29/05/2014 - Startling growth of worldwide obesity
The growth of obesity around the world has been "startling" in the last 30 years, researchers warn today. More

27/05/2014 - Diet restrictions may aid breast cancer care
Some women with breast cancer may benefit from a highly restricted diet, according to a new study. More

13/05/2014 - Blow for red wine and chocolate health hopes
Red wine and dark chocolate may not be as healthy as had been hoped, according to research published yesterday. More

30/04/2014 - Time running out on antibiotic resistance
The world is running out of time to tackle the problem of drug-resistant infections, experts warned yesterday. More

30/04/2014 - Breakfast fibre heart boost
High fibre breakfasts may have a big impact in protecting the health of heart attack survivors, researchers say today. More

28/04/2014 - Cancer survivors' work struggle
A cancer charity has welcomed research showing how women treated for breast cancer can struggle to return to work. More

25/04/2014 - Coffee link to diabetes prevention
Increasing consumption of coffee may help cut risk of developing diabetes, researchers claimed last night. More

23/04/2014 - Migraine prevention drug hope
New drugs could help improve care for sufferers of migraine, a conference has been told. More

16/04/2014 - Cannabis causes brain changes
Smoking cannabis regularly in young adulthood may alter the shape of the brain, researchers warn this week. More

10/04/2014 - Row as researchers condemn anti-flu drugs
Anti-flu drugs do not save lives and may not limit the spread of the disease, according to the findings of a controversial analysis today. More

09/04/2014 - Aerobic exercise boosts elderly memory
Elderly women with mild cognitive impairment benefit significantly from aerobic training, according to findings published today. More

08/04/2014 - Eating pulses lowers unhealthy cholesterol
Eating extra pulses can significantly reduce unhealthy forms of cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease, researchers say. More

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